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The Eyes That Look Blog Tour

Following the London launch of our historical fiction debut The Eyes That Look, author Julia Grigg has been picking up some lovely reviews on her blog tour via Bookollective:

‘[G]orgeous. [Grigg] writes beautifully… and I feel a true passion for the work behind the story’ Poppy Coburn Blog

‘I just simply loved this book…Julia is an amazing writer and she shares her passion for art and art history’ The Secret World of a Book Blog

‘[S]tunning… It’s given me an insight into a world of classical artists and paintings and it’s left me pondering about the stories behind many other classics. Quite a beautiful telling of an almost tragic tale’ Kraftireader Blog

‘[A] beautifully written book that transports you back to Italy in the Mid 16th Century and brings the sights and sounds to life with such astonishing attention to detail. The colours literally ping off the pages as you read!’ Books And Me Blog

‘What a glorious adventure…beautiful…the book has a certain gravitas, an interesting blend of fact and fiction ….a lovely story and very powerful read’ Mrs Average Evaluates.

‘Julia Grigg really knows how to set a scene and the descriptive writing in this book is simply beautiful’ Joyful Antidotes Blog

‘Rich, meticulously researched historical detail combine with a vivid, beautifully told story with an artistic mystery at its heart’ Rebecca Stonehill, Author

‘[A] feast for the senses….Julia Grigg captures the era perfectly. [A] compelling and interesting read, beautifully crafted and meticulously researched’ Lindasbookbag Blog

‘If you enjoy learning about Art history, dogs and the passion to keep going regardless of the challenges that you face, with a secret that holds the future of understanding passionate paintings, this is one for you!’ Lacyace Blog

‘Julia Grigg has opened my eyes to a whole new world with her beautifully written colourful book set in 16th Century Italy….This is a book that both art lovers and historical fiction fans will never forget. An absolutely stellar debut’ The Book Magnet Blog

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